Giuseppe Zampieri graduated in architecture with distinction from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia (IUAV) in 1994 and joined David Chipperfield Architects’ London Firm in 1996, becoming Associate in 1999, Senior Associate in 2000 and Design Director in 2002, leading the Concept Design team until 2006.
He founded David Chipperfield Architects’ Milan Firm in 2006 acting as both Managing and Technical Director, becoming Partner in 2016.
He has directed an extensive array of national and international projects and a series of works that have won both national and international Competitions. In Italy, he developed projects, among others, for the historic Centre of Salerno, the San Michele Cemetery in Venice, the Palace of Justice in Salerno, the Cultural Hub in Verona, the City of Cultures in Milan, the Castello Sforzesco in Milan, the Complex of Santa Chiara in Pisa.
He has driven the Store Concepts Developments for Fashion Brands including Akris, Bally, Brioni, Valentino as well as for Multibrand Retailers SSENSE, La Rinascente Milan, KADEWE.
He has also curated fit-outs for Exhibitions on David Chipperfield Architects at the Palazzo della Ragione in Padua, at the Arsenali Medicei in Pisa and at the Basilica Palladiana in Vicenza.
More recently, he has directed the renovation of a sixteenth-century Palazzo in Treviso, of the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice and currently a series of residential and office projects in Italy, Spain and Croatia as well as new Store Concept developments and a mixed-use luxury complex in the Middle East.